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Police are reminding Eston residents to keep doors and windows locked after three burglaries in the area yesterday;

It's been announced that millions of pounds will be spent on changing the lives of vulnerable people across and Redcar and Cleveland and Middlesbrough;

...and the Boro bus is back today for people in our area who haven't yet had their Covid jab.

 

Police are reminding Eston residents to keep doors and windows locked after three burglaries in the area yesterday.

In all three cases, it's believed the suspects got in via unlocked doors or windows.

Police were called to Highfield Road just after 4am yesterday after a woman reported possibly two unknown men had come into her house while she was asleep and assaulted her causing a facial injury. 

Prior to that, police had been called to Westminster Close just before 2am where a householder had disturbed two males in his home.

They left, possibly going towards nearby allotments.

The final report relates to Nightingale Road where sometime between 11.45pm last night and 7am today someone entered a house and stole door keys and car keys.

Inquiries into all three reports are ongoing and officers are urging anyone with information to contact them on the non-emergency number 101.

 

It's been announced that millions of pounds will be spent on changing the lives of vulnerable people across and Redcar and Cleveland and Middlesbrough.

A joint bid by a local partnership, led by Redcar and Cleveland and Middlesbrough Councils, has seen £3.1m allocated to the area from the Changing Futures programme, a £64 million joint initiative by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) and The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK.

The funding will be used to help individuals whose lives have been affected by issues including homelessness, substance misuse, mental health issues, domestic abuse and contact with the criminal justice system.

 

The Boro bus is back today for people in our area who haven't yet had their Covid jab.

The bus will be in the Tesco car park on the Trunk Road at South Bank today from 9am - 6:45pm.

No appointment is necessary, you can just turn up and get the Pfizer jab.

1st and 2nd jabs are being provided, however only the Pfizer jab is available and you must be aged 17yrs 9 months - 40 years old.

If you are planning to go along for your second jab, then you must ensure that at least 8 weeks have passed since your first jab.

If you are you currently experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 then you should not attend.


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